Replication of Big Bang reveals flaws in theory of atom formation
Lawrence Livermore National Lab reader comments 9 Share this story Last month, we reported on a small but enduring mystery in cosmology: why is there so much of one isotope of lithium around? Both 6Li and 7Li should have been produced when the first atoms formed after the Big Bang, but how much of them should have been made? The question comes down...
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